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%Trigger%, %TriggerMainKey%

These keywords are new in builds 127 and 128.

Many thanks to gmachine88 for suggesting %TriggerMainKey%

These keywords get replaced by the key combination or main key that triggers the hotkey.

Syntax

<Key %Trigger%>

       or

<Key %TriggerMainKey%>


Parameters

None.


Remarks

These keywords are normally used as the argument for Key.


Examples

Suppose you write a definition with two triggers:

<Hotkey Shift F1-F2 > // YOU WRITE THIS
<Key %Trigger%>

When HotkeyNet loads the example above, it converts it into two separate hotkeys. The keyword gets replaced by the entire trigger:

<Hotkey Shift F1> // HOTKEYNET LOADS THIS
<Key Shift F1>

<Hotkey Shift F2>
<Key Shift F2>

Suppose the definition had been written with %TriggerMainKey% instead:

<Hotkey Shift F1-F2 > // YOU WRITE THIS
<Key %TriggerMainKey%>

In this case the replacements are the main trigger keys F1 and F2 without Shift:

<Hotkey Shift F1> // HOTKEYNET LOADS THIS
<Key F1>

<Hotkey Shift F2>
<Key F2>

This page was last revised on September 23, 2008
 
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